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Welcome to the website of St Peter’s Cathedral, Adelaide.

 

What a privilege we have this weekend as we host the 2015 Australasian Deans’ Conference. Welcome to all the Deans – from Australia and New Zealand, representing cathedrals and dioceses across the range of spirituality and churchmanship so richly and joyfully found in the Anglican Communion. As we share something of the life, mission and ministry of St Peter’s Cathedral may we be mutually enriched through the blessing of your presence, wisdom and continued prayers. Thank you to our preachers this weekend – Jo Kelly-Moore (Auckland) and Donald Kirk (Grafton).
Thank you to St Peter’s Cathedral people who have given generously of themselves to host our guests – those who have given wine, met people at the airport, led worship and tours both in the Cathedral and in the city and surrounds, taught bell-ringing and the fine art of wine sniffing! Meredith Hercus and her team have more than risen to the all-important task of feeding the body, while Dr Matthew Anstey has ably fed the spiritual with reflections on the psalms.
And even if you are not a dean, know that you are welcome as, together, we worship the one Lord who, through one hope, one faith and one baptism calls us into the one Body of Christ.

What a privilege we have this weekend as we host the 2015 Australasian Deans’ Conference. Welcome to all the Deans – from Australia and New Zealand, representing cathedrals and dioceses across the range of spirituality and churchmanship so richly and joyfully found in the Anglican Communion. As we share something of the life, mission and ministry of St Peter’s Cathedral may we be mutually enriched through the blessing of your presence, wisdom and continued prayers. Thank you to our preachers this weekend – Jo Kelly-Moore (Auckland) and Donald Kirk (Grafton).

Thank you to St Peter’s Cathedral people who have given generously of themselves to host our guests – those who have given wine, met people at the airport, led worship and tours both in the Cathedral and in the city and surrounds, taught bell-ringing and the fine art of wine sniffing! Meredith Hercus and her team have more than risen to the all-important task of feeding the body, while The Rev'd Canon Dr Matthew Anstey has ably fed the spiritual with reflections on the psalms.

And even if you are not a dean, know that you are welcome as, together, we worship the one Lord who, through one hope, one faith and one baptism calls us into the one Body of Christ.

The Very Rev'd Frank Nelson
Dean

 

 

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